Photography

Gus Blaisdell Collected

Edited by William PetersonNicole Blaisdell Ivey

This long-awaited collection of Blaisdell’s critical writings includes essays on literature, art, and film, along with moving tributes by some of the distinguished writers who numbered Blaisdell among their friends.

Hoist a Cold One!

Historic Bars of the Southwest
By Melody Groves
Photographs by Myke Groves

This lively travelogue, complete with driving directions, will inspire visitors to the West's old mining camps, railroad towns, and ranching centers to stop in and belly up to the bar.

Desire for Magic

Patrick Nagatani 1978–2008
Edited by Michele M. Penhall

This distinctive monograph designed by Christopher Kaltenbach is the first publication to survey the major photographic campaigns Patrick Nagatani (b. 1945) has completed during his long and still unfolding career.

Subjects: ArtPhotography

Across the Great Divide

A Photo Chronicle of the Counterculture
Photographs by Roberta Price

Golden States of Grace

Prayers of the Disinherited
Photographs by Rick Nahmias

Taking California as a window into the diversity of religion in America, Golden States of Grace documents marginalized communities at prayer in their own faith traditions.

Nicaragua Before Now

Factory Work, Farming, and Fishing in a Low-wage Global Economy
By Nell Farrell

Farrell weaves together interviews, photographs, and her own observations to illustrate the relationship between Nicaraguan laborers, international politics, and global markets.

In the Places of the Spirits

By David Grant Noble

In the Places of the Spirits features seventy-six duotone plates of the land, people, and deep past of the Southwest, most published here for the first time, accompanied by personal reflections that reveal much about the artist and the magnificent land that inspires his artistry.

The University of New Mexico

By V. B. Price
Photographs by Robert Reck

Robert Reck beautifully captures the unique campus and architecture of the University of New Mexico.

Picturing an Exhibition

The Family of Man and 1950s America
By Eric Sandeen

Examines a major photography exhibit and its connections with the politics and culture of the 1950s, and how the U.S.I.A. used it to project a view of American culture abroad.

Maya Yucatan

An Artist's Journey
By Phillip Hofstetter

These spectacular images document the beauty of the ancient sites of Yucatán and the enduring character of the Maya people still inhabiting the region.

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